Intercollegiate Athletics

More than 315 student athletes compete in the team sports of baseball, softball, basketball, soccer, softball and volleyball, and in the individual sports of golf, tennis and cross country. The Comets became part of the NCAA Division III in 1998, and the American Southwest Conference in 2002.

Center for Students in Recovery

The Center for Students in Recovery assists students with substance use disorders or other addictions, those affected by addiction, or individuals questioning or exploring the impact of potential addictive behavior on his or her life.

Comet Card Office

At the Comet Card Office, students can pick up their Comet Card (UT Dallas' student ID card), obtain discount passes to venues and events, receive free notary services, purchase stamps and more.

Dean of Students

The Dean of Students office provides leadership in the development, overall management, and supervision of programs and services within the Division of Student Affairs.

Student Development

Student development includes Comet Spirit Programs, Homecoming, Student Government, Student Leadership Programs and Weeks of Welcome.

Fraternity and Sorority Life

Fraternity and Sorority Life is home to 25 national Greek fraternities and sororities. These organizations provide more than 1,000 students with opportunities for friendship, guidance and leadership that last beyond their college experience.

Freshman Year Experience

There's nothing quite like the first year of college. A new world awaits, and UT Dallas wants to help freshmen make the most of their experience. Find out more about the Freshman Year Experience.

University Housing

University Housing has oversight of the University's residence halls and apartments. The department facilitates the University's relationship with its property management company, reviews maintenance and financial reports, and establishes housing policies and procedures. University Housing includes Housing Operations, Living Learning Communities (LLCs), Residential Camp and Conference Services (RCCS) and Residential Life.

Intercultural Programs

Intercultural Programs offers experiences that develop, promote and enhance intercultural competence and that support the integration of international students into campus life. Programs include international student orientation, International Week, iFriend and global engagement workshops for faculty and staff.

Military and Veteran Center

The Military and Veteran Center (MVC) provides resources and support for UT Dallas students who are veterans, current military service members (Active/Guard/Reserve), military spouses and dependents and ROTC cadets.

Student Transition Programs

The Student Transition Programs office plans and arranges Freshman Orientations, Comet Camp, Success Camp and the Road Warriors program. They also provide involvement opportunities specific to the transfer, sophomore, junior and senior student populations. Through Student Transition Programs, students receive peer support and guidance to help them get a strong start at UT Dallas.

Office of Community Standards and Conduct

The Office of Community Standards and Conduct encourages student learning, growth, and development by promoting awareness of the University’s expectations of behavior, holding students accountable for violations of these expectations, and developing educational sanctions designed to address the consequences of student decisions. The office works closely with the Behavior Assessment and Intervention Team.

Programs for Minors

Programs for Minors provides oversight for university-sponsored programs, activities, camps and events (PACE) involving minor participants to ensure compliance with regulations and to provide a positive environment that promotes health, wellness, safety and security.

Student AccessAbility

The Office of Student AccessAbility ensures that students with documented disabilities have an equal opportunity to participate in educational, recreational and social opportunities at UT Dallas.

Student Affairs Marketing

Student Affairs Marketing oversees creative concepts and designs for Student Affairs-related ads, websites, brochures, flyers, banners, newsletters and other collateral materials that promote the overall image of Student Affairs at UT Dallas.

Student Counseling Center

The Student Counseling Center helps students maintain the emotional well-being necessary for their success. The Counseling Center's professional staff of licensed psychologists and counselors is available by appointment or in times of emergency. Sexual assault recovery services are also available. All counseling is confidential.

Student Health Center

The Student Health Center provides quality care for acute and stabilized chronic illnesses, minor injuries, women's care and preventative health care. Visits are free to currently enrolled students, and care is provided by a staff of licensed, registered and certified professionals. There are nominal fees for lab work, medications and certain procedures. Comets may learn about Student Health Insurance through the Student Health Center.

Student Media

Student Media includes The Mercury, Radio UTD, UTD-TV and AMP. The Mercury publishes bi-weekly on Mondays throughout the school year. Radio UTD is an internet radio station, UTD-TV broadcasts news, entertainment and other online content, and AMP focuses on student life, global politics, arts and social commentary.

Student Organization Center

There are about 350 student organizations at UT Dallas, ranging from academic interest, to cultural, to recreation, to service, to special interest, to Greek, and more. All registered student groups are managed through the Student Organization Center, which provides an outlet to help the groups connect and engage with the campus community at large.

Student Union

The Student Union is a place for students to hang out, eat and relax. Open seven days a week, it includes a TV lounge, study areas, pool and Ping-Pong tables, the Comet Café, The Pub and multi purpose rooms. Also a part of the Student Union are Meteor Theater, the Student Union Activities Advisory Board (SUAAB) and the Room Reservation System.

Student Volunteerism

The Office of Student Volunteerism offers students a variety of opportunities to lend their time and talents toward improving the communities of UT Dallas, North Texas and beyond.

Student Wellness Center

The mission of the Student Wellness Center is to assist and encourage students to adopt responsible behaviors related to various health topics through evidence-based educational programs, resources and individual consultations.

University Career Center

The University Career Center offers a variety of services for students at all stages of their job search process. Services include career counselors, mock interview training and resume review. The center hosts workshops and job expos, has an online job search database and helps students find internships.

University Recreation

University Recreation includes aquatics, club sports, fitness, intramural sports and informal recreation. The Activity Center includes a fitness area, racquetball, squash and basketball courts, a climbing wall, a multi-purpose room and an indoor swimming pool. Outdoors, there are sand volleyball courts, tennis courts and softball, baseball and soccer fields. Rec Center West, located near the residence halls, features indoor courts, a fitness area and a multipurpose room.